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Ephraim Radner Mortal Goods

Book Release: Mortal Goods by Professor Emeritus Ephraim Radner

Dr. Ephraim Radner's new book, Mortal Goods - Reimagining Christian Political Duty, examines how Christians might more faithfully and realistically imagine their political vocation.

Date Published: Monday, February 5, 2024

Marion Taylor and Measha Brueggergosman-Lee at Wycliffe College's Principal's Dinner 2023

Principal’s Dinner 2023

Each year, the Principal’s Dinner brings together friends of the College for a special evening of fellowship, learning, and inspiration. On October 19, 2023, Principal Bishop Stephen Andrews welcomed 140 guests who came to enjoy God’s creativity through art, story, and music.

Although varied in medium and presence, three primary focal points of the evening shared a common message of challenge and resilience. These individuals’ personal trials had led them to align their lives with God’s divine will.

Date Published: Thursday, November 16, 2023

 Jeremy McClung

New Transitional Director of the Institute of Evangelism appointed

Wycliffe College welcomes Jeremy McClung as the new Transitional Director of the Institute of Evangelism. A Wycliffe PhD candidate, Jeremy takes up this role as an experienced pastor and church planter. Born and raised in the Niagara region, he was ordained in the Brethren (Anabaptist) Church. Jeremy then served the church in Virginia and supported other church planters as a leader in the church planting body: Missiochurch in Ohio. In 2007, he became the founding pastor of Muskoka Community Church in Port Sydney, Ontario.

Date Published: Wednesday, August 23, 2023

Marion Taylor

Marion Taylor on Relativism

Marion Taylor speaks on relativism and the consequences of holding this philosophical view using Judges 19:1-30 as her text.

Marion Taylor

Judy Paulsen

Judy Paulsen continues the series on the Idols of our Time.

Judy Paulsen

John Bowen

John Bowen starts off the Thursday Sermon Series

This is the opening sermon on the Thursday series, "Idols of our time". Using Jeremiah's outrage about Israel's idolatry John speaks on how we are to view idolatry.

John Bowen